Wayne Bennett, former coach of the Brisbane Broncos, published a book in 2002 called ‘Don’t Die With the Music In You’. Apparently nobody was more surprised than Bennett when the book became an outstanding success and grossed more than a million dollars in sales in the first eight months. Bennett didn’t write his book for … Continue reading Why Wayne Bennett’s Book Made Millions of Dollars!
Or - how we used to communicate before email... I don’t know about you, but I wrote a lot of letters when I was young. We lived in a reasonably remote part of the world and most of my extended family lived in the city. So snail mail, as we now call it, was the … Continue reading Snail Mail
If you Google ‘how to build a website’, you’ll find a lot of information, and courses, both online and face-to-face. The cost ranges from free to very expensive. I didn’t Google ‘how to build a website’ - and I didn’t race off to my nearest college to learn how. I just did it! And if … Continue reading How to Build a Website
Most of us, up here on the hill have been around the block a couple of times (or more!). Some have lived our lives on the edge while others have taken a more conservative, back-seat position. But regardless of how we have lived our lives, looking at life in the rear-view mirror certainly puts a … Continue reading Looking at Life in the Rear-View Mirror
Wrap your laughing gear around this, and let’s dissect this whole ‘ageing and happiness’ business. “You don’t stop laughing when you grow old; you grow old when you stop laughing”George Bernard Shaw Wrap your laughing gear around this... image from Pixabay Who Wants To Grow Old Before Their Time!? Retiring from a long, stressful career … Continue reading Wrap Your Laughing Gear Around This!
Synchronised alarm clocks started ringing around the village bright and early on Tuesday morning. It was the day for the Tenterfield trip - the bus was leaving at 8.00am - and fifteen of us planned to be on it. Weeks of planning and anticipation were about to come crashing in on each one of us. … Continue reading Tenterfield Trip – Part One
How does a family of more than two-hundred members live harmoniously in close proximity? Stick around and I’ll talk you through the harmony in the village I live in. Like any family of more than two members (should that be, more than one member?), there are bound to be problems. Is that how it is … Continue reading Is there Harmony in the Village?